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Swimming and diving triumph over Case Western, Allegheny

The Carnegie Mellon swimming and diving teams have had a busy start to the semester, topping Case Western Reserve University and Allegheny College.

Women’s basketball beats Emory 56–47; loses to Rochester, Case

The Tartans’ women’s basketball team was hard at work during the winter break and into the new semester, advancing its overall record to 8–6.

Track and field competes well in first meet of the year at Kent

The Carnegie Mellon men’s and women’s track and field teams took on opponents this past Saturday in their first meet of the season.

Men’s basketball fights through the season but falls short in UAAs

Over the long winter break, the Carnegie Mellon men's basketball team moved their record to 4–9 overall and 0–3 in UAA play.

Women’s tennis has high goals

After coming off a strong fall season, the Carnegie Mellon women’s tennis team looks to continue its success in an always-challenging spring season.

Jen Larsen shoots for the stars

Returning to competition after an injury last semester, sophomore Jen Larsen has made determined efforts to help out the Tartans’ women’s basketball team...

‘Heroes’ help families in need

The Hero Program supports financially constricted families facing terminal illnesses by helping raise funds, medical supplies, and monetary gifts.

Tiger’s infamy is only temporary

Despite the bad press, the public shouldn't just throw their favor for Woods out the window just yet.

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